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Our bow-tie paper is finally out. Here’s the teaser: How does evolution shape living organisms that seem so well adapted that they could be intelligently designed? Here, we address this question by analyzing a simple biochemical network that directs social … Continue reading
Kerry Boyle’s PhD paper is out today. It’s still in the early-view, unformatted version but it is now officially published! In this paper we addressed a fundamental question: Why do organisms of many species seem to change their behavior toward … Continue reading
A conference that used to be a meeting for Bacillus researchers in the Northeastern United States and has broadened to other bacteria as well. This year the NYC/BIG is on June 8th. Hilary Monaco and Jinyuan Yan will talk about their work on … Continue reading
Cancer cells are not alone: As cancerous tumors grow unregulated cancer cells engage other cells, in their path of destruction like macrophages which are part of the immune system and endothelial cells which make blood vessels. This collection of non-cancer … Continue reading
Carlos Carmona Fontaine, in between finishing his paper and starting his lab at NYU, found time to make the official 2016 Xavier Lab MUG. Colored in the beautiful parula map, the 2016 mug is the best mug in the world for … Continue reading
This Friday 10:00am – 6:15pm at NYU Kerry Boyle talks about “The metabolomic basis of social behavior” at 10:20-10:35. More about it: http://biology.as.nyu.edu/object/biology.events.nybig2016
On Tuesday, November 10, MSK hosted the tenth annual “Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research” lecture for high school and college students. The session was moderated by Craig Thompsons and featured Kat Hadjantonakis, Cole Hanes and me. The whole session is on youtube.